What was discovered on the Philippine Lubang Island in 1974?

A remains of ape over 5.6 million years old
The rhino mouse as the result of a genetic mutation
The oldest domestic animals' graveyard over 2,000 years
A Japanese army officer hidden in the jungle since the end of World War II
After World War II, Lubang Island was where Hiroo Onoda, a Japanese army intelligence officer, hid in the jungles when the Allies reclaimed the Philippines. Despite flyers being dropped by airplanes in his hiding area, he adamantly believed that the war was not over yet. In March 1974, he was officially relieved of duty, 29 years after the end of the war, making him one of the last Japanese soldiers to surrender.
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A remains of ape over 5.6 million years old
The rhino mouse as the result of a genetic mutation
The oldest domestic animals' graveyard over 2,000 years
A Japanese army officer hidden in the jungle since the end of World War II
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